It has B-movie written all over it. Robbins, in in the American special forces, recently 6 soldiers working for British special forces were captured and deported in Behngazi Libya. The year's 2022 and prisons have turned into private companies without government interference. The effects are not very impressive but it has a kind of post-80s look to it. The script may perhaps contain a few gigantic holes and completely illogic twists, but at least it's continuously fast-paced, politically incorrect and spectacular. It's pure aged mid 90's dystopian action cheese, and a delight for any lovers of the gourmet dish.
This gem appears to have magically grown better with time! Also the fact that like Capt. . I first saw this film when it was released on a straight-to-video premise way back in 1994 as a Sunday night filler, and to be honest I couldn't remember much about it, except that it wasn't that bad, but nor was it memorable. On the surface, this looks like a dumb movie which is overly violent and too seedy because it features nothing but hardened criminals plus the normal sadistic warden Hollywood always shows in all modern-day films. Robbins, a disgraced Special Forces soldier, who's been court martialed and sent to prison for the murder of his commanding officer. Special mention must be made of the excellent Australian location, and the great sets and costumes. The high tempo and adrenalin-level is only occasionally overshadowed by overly sentimental biographies and redundant flashbacks.
Οι ταινίες μας ανανεώνονται καθημερινά. Prisons have become big business. Back when big stars were still appearing in incredibly violent action movies and when over-anxious kids like myself had to secretly sneak into cinemas because you weren't allowed to see these movies under the age of 16. When he arrives he realises there are two tribes one a violent and sadistic one known as the 'Outsiders' led by Marek a great performance from British Actor Stuart Wilson and a Peaceful, loving and tight-knit community run by 'The Father' a tailor made role for Lance Henriksen who would live the rest of their lives in Peace and Harmony if it wasn't for Marek and his dirty,Ugly band of bad asses. A good film for Liotta and Hadson and it's ending is surprisingly unexpected. Robbins is sent to Absolom after he almost kills the prison manager. Thus we have our movie — the 'good' well, just prisoners, fighting off the 'bad' prisoners on a little island paradise.
Two groups of prisoners inhabit Absolon: a piratical group of violent miscreants led by flamboyant Walter Marek Stuart Wilson commands attention with his uproariously weird performance , and a peaceful tribe of hut dwellers, presided over by father Lance Henriksen. It's a stupendous performance from Stuart Wilson; an actor whose other works I'm not really familiar with. Wycliffe himself who is suprisingly good the as the village mechanic who has tried for years to build a contraption to get them off the island, and The late Don Henderson who stars as the resident beer Maker. Overall though not a bad flick. There's a moment where the prison warden is reading the rap sheet of capt. By the way, Wilson doesn't look like Mel Gibson but his voice sure sounds similar.
Plus, is it just me, or are all the computer terminals straight out of 'Aliens? Robbins is sentenced to prison for the assassination of his general officer, a prison you leave only when you die. Ray Liotta's character is an interesting anti-hero, since he remains unreliable and somewhat aloof. This futuristic film leaves little doubt that if a private warden takes the helm of one of these prisons, things are apt to get out of hand. Κάθε επισκέπτης θα είναι σε θέση να παρακολουθήσει σε απευθείας σύνδεση όλες τις ταινίες με υπότιτλους δωρεάν με καλή εικόνα και ήχο. Profanity isn't as much as you'd except in a tough film like this and - in a real oddity - Lance Henriksen is the nicest guy in the movie! The comedic relief he brings is a real plus to the story.
The acting was convincing enough, there wasn't really any scenes that were terrible, even though a lot of the scenes and lines were very corny; it fit perfectly in with the movie, and as such wasn't out of place. Ray Liotta is thrown into the middle of two warring factions, while his only objective is to escape from Michael Lerner's futuristic island prison. The new society, on an island thousands of miles away, is inhabited by two groups of people, one a barbaric cult run by a sadist Stuart Wilson, good as always, hilarious as the villain and a peaceful society of people run by Lance Henrikson, also good who just want to live their lives in harmony. Ελπίζουμε ότι θα βρείτε εδώ αυτό που ψάχνατε, δηλαδή, να παρακολουθήσετε ταινίες, σειρές, κινούμενα σχέδια, τηλεοπτικές εκπομπές και βίντεο άλλου περιεχομένου online δωρεάν χωρίς την υποχρέωση εγγραφής, με άμεση προβολή ταινιών, και στη συνέχεια σε ένα άνετο σπίτι, ανάμεσα σε φίλους ή συγγενείς απολαύστε μια αξέχαστη Προβολή. Robbins is sent to Absolom after he almost kills the prison manager. It's actually quite interesting, and has some good action sequences. Ξεκινήστε λοιπόν να βλέπετε την ταινία No Escape 1994 tenies online τώρα! Definitely better than i thought it would be.
In than annals of B-movie baddies, Stuart Wilson deserves a mention — sometimes camp, always bonkers and ready to slaughter anyone just to keep control of the psychos under him. If you took the outline plot and characters of 'The Road Warrior', situated them on the penal colony as portrayed in 'Papillon', and then filmed it in the vein of John McTiernan's 'Predator' then you basically get this as an end result. It's about a futuristic world where prisoners are big business for corporations. Obviously in a prison colony, everybody has a story to tell about why he ended up there and the film tells too many of them. He's being shipped off to Absolon, a remote island that's been fashioned into a massive prison for convicts who are never to be released.
There are also plenty of faces to spot for British Viewers including Jack Shepherd Yes! If only there were more movies of this type. And he bands together with a load of equally supportable prisoners on the island, compared to the other lot — who are basically barbarians. Liotta has a role that would probably be reserved for Arnold or Sly if this was a bigger production, but still makes a good job of playing a violent anti-hero. They live under rules and respect each other, unlike the feral outsiders who have no code of honour. Ray Liotta, Michael Lerner and Ernie Hudson also star, so it's a decent cast. Robbins wants only to escape, a prospect that has been fervently shot down in his face by Absolon's overbearing Warden Michael Lerner.
Απολαύστε βλέποντας τις ταινίες που αγαπάτε στην στην καλύτερη ιστοσελίδα και φυσικά μην ξεχάσετε να προσθέσετε τη διεύθυνση μας στα αγαπημένα σας! Robbins, in in the American special forces, recently 6 soldiers working for British special forces were captured and deported in Behngazi Libya. Vertical limit- with a rather stupid story. Anyway, there is a freshness and an excitement in this movie which is really all the genre needs. The hippy tribe is led by the great Lance Henriksen, while Stuart Wilson enjoys himself delivering cheesy one liners as the main bad guy. Then they get shipped off to this out of the way island where they can kill each other as much as they like. It's pretty much a B-movie, but if you like or just enjoy mildly B-movies, you'll probably be at least reasonably entertained by it.
Basically, if you like action, B-movies with a touch of sci-fi and want something to eat popcorn to, give this one a try. One such prisoner is Ray Liotta. In all, this is quite entertaining stuff that never pretends to be more than it is. The main character is someone who would usually be played by Van Damme. From an audiences' perspective, we can expect a lot from whomever Hollywood chooses as their main star.